Painters Painted

“Painting At Maymount” (watercolor, 10 x 14 in.) by Richard Sneary

Painting outdoors with 360-degree views, artists have access to an infinite source of subject matter from which to draw inspiration. Every once in a while, however, the tables turn, and they find themselves providing inspiration for someone else. Here watercolor artist Richard Sneary shows us what happens when the painter becomes the painted.

More Watercolor Paintings of Painters
“Riverwalk” (watercolor, 11 x 14 in.) by Yvonne Mucci
“Freezing Cold and Raining” (watercolor, 12 x 6 in.) by Annie Strack
“I painted this piece during the Chadds Ford Historical Society’s annual winter plein air event in February, 2019, at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania,” says Annie Strack. “The artist in the painting is Yvonne Mucci of New Jersey. Yvonne and I are painting buddies and often meet up at plein air events. We live only about 30 miles apart from each other, but the first time we met was at a plein air event in Wisconsin and we’ve been painting buddies ever since.”

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